strongly Definition

  • 1with great power or force
  • 2in a way that shows firm conviction or determination

Using strongly: Examples

Take a moment to familiarize yourself with how "strongly" can be used in various situations through the following examples!

  • Example

    She strongly believes in equal rights for all.

  • Example

    He strongly objected to the proposal.

  • Example

    The wind was blowing strongly.

  • Example

    I strongly recommend this book.

strongly Synonyms and Antonyms

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Phrases with strongly

  • using language that is forceful and emphatic


    The letter contained a strongly worded warning.

  • a belief or opinion that is firmly held or deeply ingrained


    Her strongly held views on animal rights are well known.

  • having a physically powerful and sturdy build


    The athlete was strongly built and had a muscular physique.


Summary: strongly in Brief

'Strongly' [ˈstrɒŋli] means with great power or force, or in a way that shows firm conviction or determination. It can be used to describe physical actions like 'The wind was blowing strongly,' or personal beliefs like 'She strongly believes in equal rights for all.' 'Strongly' can also be used in phrases like 'strongly worded,' which means using forceful language.

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